Corsendonk Blanche is a Belgian white beer from Corsendonk brewery in northern Belgium. The history of Corsendonk brewery dates back to 1398, where brewing was first recorded at the Priory of Corsendonk. What is a Belgian white beer? White beer, also known as witbier or bière blanche, is so-called because of its hazy, almost white appearance when chilled. This is from the wheat proteins that remain in this unfiltered, high wheat-content beer.
The flavour profile of Corsendonk Blanche is typical of a Belgian white beer. The beer pours a pale, hazy straw colour, immediately offering up aromas of orange, banana and coriander. Smooth and full-bodied, with a spicy, bready flavour, and citrus appearing on the tastebuds. Buy Corsendonk Blanche for a typically smooth, easy-drinking Belgian white beer from a historic brewery.
Ingredients/Allergens (Allergens will be in Bold) Barley Malt and Wheat Malt
Name and address Brouwerij Corsendonk Slachthuisstraat 27, Turnhout, 2300, Belgium